The HFTC is being held in Queensland from 15th-17th Sept, where student teams from across Australian Universities compete in the inter-professional oriented activity. The faculty is supporting a team of 4 students (a combination of health-related disciplines in the faculty) to attend this year's competition, including covering travel/accommodation-associated costs.
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The AMSS' TeamEd has received multiple specific questions regarding the "new MD" from the general student body. TeamEd is aware of concerns raised by current students regarding the stress resulting from lack of information, and is advocating to reduce this.
Medical students are invited to apply for the John Snow Scholarships for 2019.
A non-exhaustive guide to what YOU can do to support friends and community, as brought to you by our lovely AMSS Queer Officer, Kaitlyn Hunt.
Adelaide University Psychiatry Society is excited to present Medfest 2019. Medfest is an annual mental health film festival dedicated to raising awareness and curating discussion about important mental health issues.
Each year, a coordinating team of psychiatry trainees in London source 3-5 films from around the world concerning a central theme. This year's theme is Inside Outside. Each of the films we plan to showcase will explore the the discrepancy found between our authentic inner worlds and our skin-thick outer projections, as well as, the stigma attached with mental illnesses.
Between film screenings, a group of expert South Australian panellists will discuss their understanding about the ideas presented. This will feature Dr Jaklin Eliott (psychology), Dr Leslie Koopowitz (psychiatry) and Dr Andrea McKivett (social determinants and Aboriginal studies).
Doctors' Health SA in partnership with the South Australian Salaried Medical Officers Association (SASMOA) and Breakthrough Mental Health Research Foundation invite doctors, medical students and medical professional organisations to the inaugural #crazysocks4docs South Australian Launch.
The Australian Lesbian Medical Association (ALMA) Conference has been announced from August 16-18 in the Blue Mountains, NSW.